Adalimumab, or “Humira,” is a popular and effective anti-arthritis medication. Like any medication, there can be significant side effects for specific individuals.
Unlike many RA medications, Humira rarely causes hair loss. Other RA medications vary in their risk of hair loss. Methotrexate, a disease-modifying RA drug, can affect hair follicle growth. Medical professionals need to find out why medicines like Humira cause hair loss.
These symptoms often coincide with genetic baldness, and certain medications can intensify it. We advise consulting a doctor about potential hair loss and managing medication side effects. While medications offer benefits, consider other hair loss solutions.
Whether you suffer from hair loss due to Humira, another medication, or, most commonly, from old age and genetic factors, you deserve a fuller-looking head to hair. While many hair loss solutions are available, very few provide lasting benefits with little retreatment or side effects.
Scalp micro pigmentation involves injecting pigment into the scalp. For men with thinning hair, this results in a fuller-looking head of hair, while for bald men, this creates a freshly shaved look that requires no maintenance. Clients undergo 2-3 scalp micro pigmentation treatments with minimal side effects.